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Saturday, November 17, 2018

It’s Really About the Parents

You sign up to teach fifth grade, only to find out that you're having as many conversations and answering as many questions with parents...

For Parents: Talking to Children about the Church Scandal

Editor's note: This content originally appeared in a July/August 2010 special issue of Catholic Digest on the topic of clergy sexual abuse. Find more on this...

Good for the Family: The practice of blessing

BY EILEEN MORGAN What do we think of when we think of a giving a blessing? Something a priest might do in church… or a...

Faith Formation Homework Doesn’t Have To Be A Chore  

BY EILEEN MORGAN Faith is not just learned, it is also practiced. Just like school, faith or religious formation involves homework. When my children were...

Simple Ways to Inspire Grandchildren to be Caring Christians

Editor's note: These suggestions are helpful for grandparents to share with their grandchildren! But others may use them with children, too! Rosie Soto Seaman As Christians...

Teens Using Social Media to Reach and Teach Teens

MARY LOU ROSIEN It often feels as if technology has left some of us adults behind — with Snapchat, Instagram (Finsta- a ‘fake’ Instagram),...

Good Faith Questions Parents Can Ask Kids

By Eileen Morgan I used to have a bumper sticker that said, “If a mother’s place is in the home why am I always in...

Parishes Implementing a Children’s Liturgy of the Word

By Lisanne V. Jensen Children’s Liturgy of the Word (CLW) programs are a growing trend at many parishes across the country. During CLW, young children...

Profile: Special Needs Catechetical Program at Holy Family Parish, Stow, Ohio

BY LAURA YEAGER Children are a gift “Special needs children are a gift to us. We have to do the best we can to help them,”...

What Catholics Should Know About Ordinary Time

BY DONNA FRASIER If you think of the liturgical calendar as the “circle of life”, the mystery of Christ unfolds. The significance and beauty of...